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Our camping called Il Poggetto in the village of Troghi has a nice pool, restaurant and shop so first thing we did after organizing ourselves was going to the pool for a couple of hours to relax after this weird day. We fell a little better after a couple of hours and went for a shower before going to the restaurant where we had a nice spaghetti al mare with lots of seafood! While we were eating the wind was picking up and dark clouds were on the horizon! Come on !!!!! Is this day never ...
... course when we arrive the line is sooo long. Aaaaaaaarghhhhh!
There are 3 main frustrations when travelling. Toilets, Wifi and food. Basics at home, luxuries when on the road.
So now we are at the other end of the town & there isn't another food place in sight. Fine if you want clothes, souvenirs and ceramics but we are now starving (not my word).
I remember that Clint has some ohnezucker biscuits in his back pack. That ...
... her and found a gelato bar. which delighted the whole family.We indulged.
The day had got warmer but it was still 6 hrs until midnight. Clint asked everyone to vote on whether we stay in to celebrate New Years or head back to the farm.
Tess' wisdom = 'Are you going to remember the New Years you went to bed at the farm or the one where you stayed in Florence and celebrated?'
The point was taken, we ...
... in my taste, I am picky when it comes to purses and leather so we didn't find anything. He did sit and talk for awhile and built great rapport. He was very sweet, not trying to hit on me or give a hard sell and i trusted him. He told me he used to sell jackets and work with the leather school so just to double check myself and make sure I got the steal I thought I did, I showed him the jacket and asked how much he would pay for it. He ...
... the inside of the Duomo was quite plain except for a wonderful fresco covering the dome and some marble patterning on the floor – a real contrast to the strongly patterned and decorated exterior. We also went into the crypt where recent excavations have revealed the foundations of the medieval church on top of which the Duomo is built.
Next we did our exercise and climbed the 414 steps to the top of ...